By Shane McGlaun
SSDs have been around for a while now and for enterprise use, they make a lot of sense. The savings from the lower power consumption alone is often enough to justify the upgrade for large data centers. Consumers still don’t have a compelling reason to upgrade to SSDs, other than the simple desire to use the new technology and gain small improvements in performance.
For consumers looking to upgrade their notebook or desktop computer to a SSD Imation has announced that it is now shipping both its M and S-class SSDs along with upgrade kit bundles. The price for the SSDs themselves starts at $189.99 for the M-class with 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB capacities available. The S-class starts at $659.99 with 64GB or 128GB versions available.
The upgrade kits for 2.5-inch drives start at $299.99 for the M-class and $1,299.99 for the S-class in 64GB or 128GB capacities. The upgrade kits include the needed cables to transfer data and software from the old HDD to the new SSD.
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